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As per ASTM standards E – 676

As per ASTM standards E – 676

Part No. Female Joint Approx. O.D. of Tube (mm) Total Length (mm) Pack QTY.
1130-12F 12/30 16 120±10 10
1130-14F 14/35 18 120±10 10
1130-19F 19/38 22 120±10 10
1130-24F 24/40 28 125±10 10
1130-29F 29/42 32 135±15 10
1130-34F 34/45 38 135±15 10
1130-45F 45/50 50 150±15 10
  1. Light-Sensitive Experiments: The amber coloration of the glass may be suitable for experiments sensitive to light. Some reactions or substances are light-sensitive, and the amber glass can help protect the contents from certain wavelengths of light.
  2. Photosensitive Compounds: Laboratories working with photosensitive compounds or solutions may prefer amber glassware to minimize the effects of light exposure. This is particularly important in situations where maintaining the stability of the compounds is crucial.
  3. Sample Storage: Amber glass joints may be used for sample storage, especially when the samples are light-sensitive. The full-length female interchangeable joints can be employed in the construction of glassware systems for secure and airtight storage.
  4. Chemical Compatibility: It’s essential to consider the chemical compatibility of the amber glass with the substances used in the laboratory. Amber glass is often used for its resistance to certain chemicals, and it’s important to ensure that it is suitable for the specific applications.
  5. Distinctive Identification: The amber color can serve as a visual identifier for specific equipment or experiments. This can be particularly useful in a laboratory with multiple setups or when working in a shared space.
  6. Specialized Experiments: In cases where researchers are conducting specialized experiments that involve specific environmental conditions, such as light sensitivity, the use of amber glass may be part of the experimental design.
  7. Educational Demonstrations: In educational laboratories, the use of amber glassware can be incorporated into demonstrations to teach students about light-sensitive reactions or the importance of material selection in experimental design.

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